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Establishing Healthy Life-Style Habits in Your Children

Establishing Healthy Life-Style Habits in Your Children

Computer games, handheld electronic games, and television cartoon shows are contributing to a nation of pint-sized couch potatoes. Parents are concerned that the influence over their children, held by advertising companies and technology, is stronger than their own influence. Many parents are looking for positive ways to encourage their children to adopt healthier lifestyles while they are young. Continue reading

How to Make Your Kids Internet Savvy

How to Make Your Kids Internet Savvy

The common use of the internet has brought new challenges for raising kids. Some parents may just want to ban their child from using the internet, but that can keep kids from learning valuable computer skills. This article encourages parents to teach their child how to be smart when using the internet. It includes how to handle social networking sites, teaching kids about internet strangers and gives ideas for establishing rules when kids use the internet.
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Practical Tips for Re-Establishing Boundaries With Your Teen

Practical Tips for Re-Establishing Boundaries With Your Teen

If there is one hot button to be aware of it is this; teenagers will test the resolve of their parents until breaking point. They will break you down, until you give up. Therefore, you need to be consistent, even during times when your teen is gradually wearing you down to the point of making you want to pull your hair out or shout at the top of your lungs. Continue reading

Is Your Grandchild Being Bullied – Or a Bully Themselves?

Is Your Grandchild Being Bullied – Or a Bully Themselves?

Most people associate bullying with the more physical violence of hitting, shoving, and other more overt forms of abuse and intimidation. But some children become bullies through a subtler, more secretive pathway to bullying; an insidious form of bullying that can remain almost hidden to the outside world. Continue reading

Some Good Sound Christmas Advice (For All Year)

Some Good Sound Christmas Advice (For All Year)

Your children need to hear that they have a great future ahead of them, that being different is a GOOD thing. Praise them. Value what’s important. Make 2013 radically different–you can change your family tree and break these generational patterns for good. But it doesn’t happen without you taking action. Continue reading